Mother/Daughter Volunteer Team

Over the course of several days this group of fine ladies assisted at the shelter to clean and sweep out the garage to prepare for the upcoming garage sale They also assembled a new table for use in the surgery room and while they were at it, disinfected the surgery room in preparation for the next scheduled surgery clinic.


Together we were able to accomplish many tasks and of course, there was still time for the cats! We hope to see them in the future.






Pictured are Moms- Carolyn and Rose and the young ladies are Kaitlyn, Katelyn and Corrinne.


If you are interested in volunteering at the shelter please contact our Volunteer Coordinator: 610-248-4592  OR 

Our  2017 Garage Sale will be held May 12 and May 13, from 8-2pm.  Hope to see you there!

A Visit from Girl Scout Cadette Troop #6700

Wednesday evening March 29 was a very busy time at the shelter. Check-in for spay/neuter clinic was from 5:00pm-7:00pm.

Then at 7:30pm we had the ladies from Girl Scout Cadette Troop #6700, Allentown come to tour our facilities in lieu of their regular meeting. The ladies really had a 1st hand look at how our shelter operates.  Cat carriers were stacked high while the cats were placed in our surgical area.

We then toured the other areas of the shelter talking about how cats can get some of the same diseases as people and discussed the stories of how some of the cats came to be with us. We also informed them of our process for intakes of new cats.

The ladies came bearing donations chosen from our supply list. There was also plenty of time for petting and playing with the kitties as well as a few refreshments. It is always wonderful to have young people interested to learn more about animals. Thank you for your visit and your donations.

Girl Scout Cadette Troop #6700

Pictured: leaders- Michelle,Stacey,Tammy not pictured Joelle Troop- Brenna, Faith, Gina, Sophie, Jenaye, Erin, Ava, Kaitlyn, Alana, not pictured Jenna

If your group would like to tour, make a donation or volunteer your time at the shelter please contact our Volunteer Coordinator. or (610) 248-4592

Seeking New Board Member

Join Us

Forgotten Felines and Fidos, Inc. is a non-profit organization that has been run by volunteers since 1994.  The board of directors is currently seeking to add an additional board member to the current board.  Please see our mission statement below.

The mission of Forgotten Felines and Fidos is to help feral cats, an often ignored portion of the feline community. We provide a safe haven for threatened, abused, and/or homeless animals until they are adopted, or shelter them for the rest of their lives if necessary. Besides food, water, and shelter, we provide medical care for the sick and injured, spaying & neutering for adults and a nurturing environment for all. In addition, we educate feral colony caretakers and the general community about the humane treatment of feral cats and the need for spaying and neutering.

If selected you must be available to attend monthly board meetings at the shelter typically the last Sunday of the month at 2pm and any important related meetings.   As well as possibly lending a helping hand and loving heart to help our furry residents with any of the following:

  • Possibly participate actively on one of our committees (Fundraising, Adoption, Financial, Publicity, Volunteer, & Shelter).
  • If on a committee be prepared to discuss the progress of the committee at board meetings
  • Be an active participant in the committee’s annual evaluation and planning efforts
  • Volunteer for assignments at board meetings and complete them in a timely manner 
  • Be prepared to read, review, and comment on minutes and reports
  • Occasionally participate in fund raising for the organization

If you are interested in being considered for a position on the board and feel you can spare some time to help us continue with our mission, helping to care for those that don’t have a voice to speak for themselves, please take a few minutes to answer a few questions on the attached board application form or submit a written letter of what you could bring to the organization to the above address by April 21, 2017.

2017 Board Member Letter

2017 FFF Board Member Application

Please send application to:  

Forgotten Felines and Fidos,Inc. 
Attn Board of Directors
P. O. Box 62
Germansville, PA  18053
or by email:

Paws in the Sand Fundraiser

We are very excited to be sharing our natural, homemade and gluten free treats with Forgotten Felines and Fidos, Inc. We use only the finest Ingredients! Find us on Facebook and thank you for your order! Sale runs from March1 -March 24.

Pick up orders at the shelter on April 8 from 10:00am-12:00pm

For more information about the Sale, please contact: Dena –  OR  610-554-2324

Paws in the Sand Order Form (pdf)Paws in the Sand Order Form (pdf)